Kevin Vallier argues for a solution to our controversies over religion in public life, one based on public reason liberalism.
Patrick J. Deneen bemoans the ground that classical liberals surrendered to progressives. He argues that religious conservatives need to step forward.
Maggie Garrett argues that religious freedom should be broad, while religious exemptions should be few.
Michael Shermer argues that science is producing better government, and that religion hasn't been a help to it.
Kevin Vallier replies to Patrick Deneen in our ongoing discussion of religious belief in public life.
Kevin Vallier argues that secular progressives' approach to religious liberty remains unworkable.
Maggie Garrett says the RFRA is a good law that's lately being put to some bad ends.
Kevin Vallier disagrees with Michael Shermer: Science isn't going to solve our political problems. Not all alone, anyway.
Michael Shermer argues that religions often find themselves playing catch-up whenever reason reaches a better moral conclusion.
Maggie Garrett argues that religious exemptions need to face some limits.